. the a.f.c. champion baltimore ravens will meet the n.f.c. champion san francisco 49ers in a game filled with intrigue. it's what's being called the har-bowl. it's the first time brothers will face each other from a opposing sidelines. the game also marks the end of one of the n.f.l.'s great careers with the retirement of ravens' linebacker ray lewis. joining me, peter king of "sports illustrated," widely regarded as america's premier n.f.l. writer. his column "monday morning quarterback" has become a must read for n.f.l. fans since it began 15 years ago. i'm pleased to have him back at this table. welcome back. >> thank you, charlie. appreciate it. >> rose: set up this game for me. you have said that the ravens should have the upper hand because they're on a roll and you beat peyton manning and tom brady, you deserve a certain amount of respect. >> well, if you go through your playoff run, after having a mediocre end to the year losing four of your last five and you come into the playoffs and you beat the young wonder kind, andrew luck, then you beat peyton manning and tom brady
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feinstein in san francisco. they have already a million dollar contribution to what they're hoping to be a $20 million pac, that's a pac that would match the money the n.r.a. spent in 2012 to do very similar things tomorrow provide backup for people who take test votes on guns and to go after people who aren't willing to take the tough votes so it does rescramble this long range fight going forward. it doesn't change the immediate calculus because, like joe said, the real issue here from the white house's perspective is that they have a republican party that's not willing to do anything they really want and so they have to keep putting pressure on republicans in the house from the outside to force change at some point. >> rose: michael sherrer are, thank you very much, joe scarborough, thank you. >> thank you, charlie. >> rose: we'll be right back. stay with us. >> >> rose: roger mcnamee is here, he is one of silicon valley's respected investors and co-founder of elevation partners. among his partners, u2's bono, the private equity firm focuses on the intersection of media, entertainm
distance no longer have meaning. >> well, we live in san francisco and we're here in new york now. so there must be still a reason for it. but i think distance does. >> it does. but there are things, there are things that i have been thinking about lately. like i think i put this out as a branch conversation. i forget how i worded it. but the idea that so many people think well, we shouldn't be spending money on exploring mars because we have problems here at home. and i don't think the two things are mutually exclusive. i think we can work on problems at home and spend money exploring mars. and it's important to explore mars because it puts in perspective our world. and the fact that which we are global citizens. and there are other planets. >> rose: and it's to follow prot jex of science. science in pursuit of truth and in pursuit of knowledge. whenever that is projected in a forward manner, it produces results that you don't quite know. i also believe in any conversation about conversation the more you know, the better you are. on the other hand, with this proviso, if it someho
actually in san francisco?" >> this is amazing! [ laughter ]
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